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Lonely City USB Hub: Where Did All the People Go?

by Paul Strauss
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I just got a cool new laptop yesterday, and as much as I love how insanely thin and lightweight the thing is, I do find that its two USB ports aren’t enough. While there are plenty of add-on USB hubs out there, I have to say that I particularly like the playful and minimal style of the Lonely City USB hub.

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Designer David Weeks’ little USB city envisions an abandoned town, filled with nondescript white buidings and devoid of people – and just a handful of  blue lights glowing in a few lonely windows. That said, you can always embellish your scene with your own action figures to liven up the little city and its four USB 2.0 ports.

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Personally, I think I’d add some tiny zombie action figures and recreate downtown Atlanta from season one of The Walking Dead.

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You can grab the Lonely City USB hub over on Amazon for just $19.99(USD).




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